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March 12, 1968

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

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SOCIAL EVENTS EX-ALGONA GIRL TO WED Mr. and Mrs. H. Dale Cole, formerly of Algona, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Jane Elizabeth, to Howard Lloyd Olson. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Olson of Ephraim, Wise. Miss Cole is a teacher at Lakeview School, Neenah, Wise., where the Coles now live. Mr. Olson is employed by Pine Grove Resort at Ephraim, Wise. The couple plans a June 8th wedding. - o - GARDEN CLUB MEETING The Garden Club meeting will be held April 1 at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Perry Byam with Mrs. Hayden and Mrs. Albright assisting hostesses. Roll call is a favorite garden tool. The program "Silent Spring and Spray" will be presented by Mrs. Polly McQuiston, program chairman. The table display will be presented by the hostesses. - o - F. B. WOMEN'S DAY Mrs. Joseph Skow, Chairman of the Kossuth county Farm Bureau Women, has announced that the annual Farm Bureau Women's Day will be held April 1 at 1:45 p.m. at the Legion hall in Algona. Mrs. Mary Regan, employed by the dairy farmer members of the American Dairy Association of Iowa and Iowa Dairy Industry Commission, will be featured on the program and will A-F Pilot Wings To LuVerne High Graduate ^ ^g£s i^T TT^ specialize in preparing and demonstrating new and interesting ways to use dairy products. All rural and urban women are invited to attendl Relative Of Swea Area Man Dies Sunday SWEA-EAGLE - William Tobin received word Sunday that his sister-in-law, Mrs. Jim Tobin, had died that morning at her home at Roseau, Minn. She had been to church and on returning home, according to the telephone message, went into the living room to rest. Her husband found her a short time later, apparently a victim of heart failure. The Tobins are formerly of the East Chain and Fairmont area. AT DUROC SHOW Marlyn Paul attended the Southwestern Duroc Congress at Lubbock, Tex. He was gone five days. Mr. Paul reported that the top boar sold for $14,000 to a Texas doctor. The winning animal was from the 4- Star Weise Farm, DeWitt. - o - Mrs. Robert Anderson is a patient at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. She entered a week ago Monday evening as a medical patient. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hanson and their infant son, Shawn, are living near Frankfurt, Germany. The little boy has a birthday March 11, when he will attain the age of three months. The Maynard Hurlburts attended a birthday observance for a friend, Mrs. Ellen Lundgren, at the home of the Lyle Bonstads at Spirit Lake, Sunday. About 50 persons attended. John Barker, Ceylon, Minn., visited the Johnie Tobins, Wm. Tobins, and other friends in the area Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Jorgen- tuesday, March 12, 1968 Algona (la.) Upper Des Meines-5 sen were visitors one evening last week at the Truman Johnson home. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Johnson visited at Fox Lake Sunday. Mrs. Ralph Walker entertained for the 9th birthday of her daughter, Lori, Feb. 24. The Cinderella theme was used. Guests included Kim Sykes, Cindy Wai- stead, Lori Work, Lynn Greimann, Jill Lock wood, Monica Johnson, Linda Thorson, Aleta Miller, Corrine Larson, Sally Preston, Mary Jo Peterson, Marcia Taylor, Wendy Zielske, Carol Mein, Peggy Geerdes and Faith Gustofson. The Lowell Farlands we re Sunday guests at the Ralph Walker home for the birthdays of Dori Walker and Mrs. Farland. At the Carrol Viland home at Elmore Sunday for the 9th birthday of their daughter, Terri, were grandparents, the Ed Petersons and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Viland, Pearl Dahl, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Swanson and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker and Dori. COLLECTOR Dick Wilt, veteran Car roll coin collector, won the top awards in the Iowa Numismatic Assn. show at Ames. Wilt was awarded the best of show award and the "supreme" award at the coin show attended by over 2,000 persons. !%* ithir iritis it til riikt priti will fiitins ti lit fifiriii MI* *Simple-To-Operate *1O Key & Full Keyboard *Repeat Key *Total/Sub-Total Control Upper Des Moine* Pub. Co. Ill E. Call St. Algona, Iowa Craftsmanship... * Beautifully finished solid walnut China closet. Hearing completion — walnut grandfather clock. Large China closet, solid deep walnut. Lt. RONALD CLARK ENID, Okla. - Second Lieutenant Ronald D. Clark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Clark of Bayard, Iowa, has been awarded U. S, Air Force silver pilot wings upon graduation at Vance AFB, Okla. Following specialized aircrew training at other bases, he will be assigned to Ellsworth AFB, S. D. He will be a pilot in the Strategic Air Command. Lieutenant Clark, a graduate of LuVerne Community High School, received a B.B.A. degree in 1965 from the University of Iowa. He was commissioned upon completion of Officer Training School at Lackland AFB, Texas. His wife, Rosemary, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis F. Carroll of LuVerne. Any type of custom cabinet work done by Henry Holland has built-in quality. Mr. Holland has been a true craftsman since the early 1930's — and he started five years earlier in the Netherlands. This "old world" training has stayed with him — and his work reflects the hours of planning, precise construction and exact detail work. Mr. Holland's over 40 years in the business make him an expert m his field, whether it be cabinets, grandfather clocks, china closets, tables or complete homes. If you want work that is done with feeling and true craftsmanship, contact Mr. Holland. He makes any piece or home a work of art. Dark walnut complete kitchen cabinets & cupboards. For the finest custom woodworking, give Mr. Holland a call. His finished products add elegance to any room and home. HENRY HOLLAND } /2 mile West of Algona on Highway 18. Phone 295-5729

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